Salman Khan's father and noted writer, Salim Khan, has extended his support to the ongoing #MeToo movement that is taking Bollywood by a storm. While many questioned the survivors as to why have they opened up about their ordeal now, years after the actual incident, Salim Khan, on the other hand, is of view that it is better late than never. Taking to his Twitter handle and backing the survivors, Khan wrote, "The only defence they have is "Why so late ?” It is better late than never. You don’t have to wait for the result, you have already won great public support. Aadmi pahad se gir kar khadda ho sakta hai.apni nazron se girkar nahin."
Take a look at his tweet here:
Earlier when Salman Khan was asked to comment on the same topic, he had avoided commenting, saying he was not aware of the varsity of the case. Similarly, Amitabh Bachchan, too, had a vague reaction to the movement. During the trailer launch of Thugs Of Hindostan, he had said, "Neither am I Tanushree Dutta nor am I Nana Patekar." It is hence, refreshing to see am industry veteran like Salim Khan come forward and support the movement. It certainly lends to the strength of the movement.
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